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Payne Church Histories

Payne Church Histories provides photographs, maps, blueprints, institutional reports, and occasional programs that give insight into the social, economic, and political autonomy that supported the organization of African Methodist Episcopal churches, many of which are counted as the oldest real estate owned by African Americans in America.

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Payne Theological Seminary
American Libraries
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1958
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1953
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1940
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African Methodist Episcopal Church
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African Methodist Episcopal Church History
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Architecture
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History
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Payne Theological School History
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Topics: Payne Theological School History, Architecture
Source: folio
Photo notes: Homecoming at time of A.M.E. Conf. held in Bethel 1940 Mrs. Daivd Barnes, Indianapolis, Ind. Copy 4 Review
Topics: African Methodist Episcopal Church, History
Source: folio
Ledger features the title "Charles Woodley Book" on cover. Colored Church of Bensalem at Bridgewater noted on many pages of cursive handwriting.
Topics: African Methodist Episcopal Church, Publishing
Source: folio
6 photographs of Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church, Lovejoy, Illinois. The dedication stone names the church as Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church organized 1869, rebuilt 1870, Rev. E.O.
Topic: African Methodist Episcopal Church History
Source: folio